• We are beginning the parking permit application process for the 2022-2023 school year.
    Pine-Richland High School students will receive an email in their Pine-Richland email account containing a link to the application form. Submissions will not be accepted until the dates/times listed below.
    All applications must be completed using the online Google form and can be completed from any device that has internet access.
    These dates and times are final:
    It is extremely important to follow all of the directions, read all of the information below, and have all of your required documents accessible before completing the online form. All required fields of the survey must be completed for the application to be submitted. Students MUST have a valid driver’s license to apply for a Parking Permit. There are no exceptions.
    The following documents and information are required:
    1. Student demographic information
    2. Student ID number
    3. Student school-provided email address
    4. Driver’s license number and issue date
    5. Vehicle make, model and color
    6. Vehicle license plate number
    7. Vehicle registration number
    8. Insurance company, policy number and policy effective date
    9. Parent/Guardian contact information
    10. Electronic sign-off on driving guidelines form on Sapphire in the Community Portal
    The cost of a parking permit is $60 per spot. There are a limited number of parking spaces available on the high school campus. Seniors will be given preference as permits are assigned. Students will be asked to select their preferred parking lot: Softball Lot or Stadium Lot. Once assigned, the spots are non-transferable, so please be sure to consider items such as driving a middle school sibling(s), location of after-school activities, and guidelines for arrival and dismissal before selecting your preferred parking lot.
    Students will be notified on the Google Form upon completion that the survey has been submitted to let you know your application has been received. This automated response does not guarantee a parking permit; it simply indicates we have received your information. All applications will be reviewed for accuracy, and parking permits will be assigned with preference given to seniors. Students will receive an email on Monday, August 8, via their school-assigned email address, once they have been assigned a parking permit, detailing the times and location of parking meetings to pick up permits and turn in the required documentation.
    Students who anticipate receiving their driver's license after the beginning of the year may apply for a permit only after passing their driver’s exam. If all spots have been assigned, the student’s name will be placed on the waiting list. As spots open for the year, they will be reassigned to students on the waiting list in the order in which applications were received.
    Resources: Driving Guidelines